Category Archives for "Computer Vision Syndrome"

Computer Vision Syndrome Q & A

What can I do when my eyes tire out from too much reading and computer use? This is a common problem. See your eye doctor about computer eyeglasses that will help you focus more accurately and with less effort. When prescribed properly, these glasses can also help you read printed material. Lenses also can have […]

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Computer Glasses

When you work at a computer for any length of time, it’s common to experience eyestrain, blurred vision and other symptoms of computer vision syndrome (CVS). Viewing computer-generated print and images on a screen or monitor for prolonged periods is harder on the eyes than viewing a similar amount of material on the printed pages […]

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Computer Eyestrain: 10 Steps for Relief

With so many people using computers at work, eyestrain has become one of the leading office-related health complaints. Experts estimate 50% to 90% of computer users experience some degree of eyestrain or other symptoms of computer vision syndrome (CVS) during their work day. Studies show eyestrain and CVS often cause fatigue, decreased productivity and more […]

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Children and Computer Vision Syndrome

Computer use has become a routine part of kids’ lives. About 90% of school-aged children in the U.S. have access to a computer. And kids are starting to use computers at a younger age. Among college students who were interviewed, 20% said they began using a computer before they were 9 years old. In fact, […]

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